Being lazy on a Sunday, I came across this story and specifically this 1965 Polaroid photograph. I thought it interesting given the craziness of the past week.

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I came across this episode of UFO Hunters: Lost UFO Files Fully Uncovered (S2, E7).

https://youtu.be/jEL4enHqDDw?si=NCkG8dRv3ss9lFPI

The episode includes the 1965 Rex Heflin photos, taken with his Polaroid 101 Instant camera. He took four photos, three of a craft from inside his truck, and the last when he got outside the truck of a ring made by the craft when it vanished. I had never seen this last photo before. Project Blue Book, the Air Force and Condon Committee investigated the case, all concluded the photos were a hoax.

The UFO Hunters group was able to analyze copies of the original photographs (stolen by a group claiming to be from NORAD but mysteriously returned 20 years later). There had been thoughts other copies of the originals had been altered by the NORAD group in order to support the hoax claim.

The UFO Hunters analysis concluded the photos were not hoaxed. Being 1965 Polaroid photos, they concluded they were not double exposed nor that the object was something thrown in front of the camera. (And also, that the final photo was not created from a 1990s VPK cdrom pack har-har juuust kidding calm down). Anyway, I thought it was an interesting old Polaroid photo from a famous case, given the crazy week. And, not too far off from the fake in my opinion.

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